Legal News - November 2013

Legal News - November 2013

Bribery in China—counting the cost

Recent high-profile cases relating to bribery in China are demonstrating how efforts have been stepped up to crackdown on corrupt business practices in the country. Daniel Roules, office managing partner in Squire Sanders’ Shanghai office, says simply having compliance policies on paper may help compliance officers sleep at night but won’t keep the enforcement authorities at bay.

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Is your business complying with environmental reporting guidelines?

What impact will the government’s latest guidance on environmental reporting have on businesses? Kristy Duane, partner in Nabarro’s corporate group, and Clare Deanesly, partner and head of the firm’s environment group, evaluate the guidance and advise what businesses must do to ensure compliance with their obligations.

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Changing attitudes to self-reporting

What effect has the reversal of the self-reporting guidance had on the investigation of criminality by corporate bodies? David McCluskey and Catherine Fischl of Peters & Peters say that although there are now fewer guaran

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